Think Local Act Personal Tag Listing
This is list shows the topics and resources tagged using 'Efficiency'.
- Prevention of Admission to Residential Care Project Report - Jan 2011
This research provides key learning on the complex relationship between operational activity, commissioning decisions and the expectations of individuals and Carers. It identifies that investment in community services may not change residential admission patterns if these relationships are notunderstood.
- Productivity and personalisation
The Putting People First consortium has published a guide called Practical approaches to improving productivity through personalisation in adult social care. This paper suggests that self-directed support should be seen as a core part of the wider transformation process that aims to promote independence, extend choice, and offer cost effective solutions for people needing ongoing support.
- East Midland Reablement Evaluation Tool (EMRET) and Report for Cost Benefit of OT in Reablement
Report for Cost Benefit of OT in Reablement and Person Centred Ladder by Zaid Latif, Nottingham City Council The East Midland Reablement Evaluation Tool (EMRET) was produced to provide a baseline for the evaluation of reablement services across the region. It was produced following recommendations made at a meeting organised through the East Midland Region - Care Services Efficiency Delivery programme.
Telehealthcare, or assistive technology, offers significant potential for helping people with complex and unpredictable needs to stay independent and live in their own homes for much longer. It offers a genuine alternative to long term residential care and can deliver significant efficiency savings.
- JIP efficiency progress reports
CSED programme reports presented to the Joint Improvement Partnership and Personalisation Programme Board.
- Examples of Efficiency
The 9 local authorities are continuing to work with CSED to deliver efficiencies throughout the East Midlands. The work will focus primarily on reablement services and will develop further the initiatives that were delivered in phase 1 of the efficiencies project, with projected savings of approximately £17m.